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Matthew Parris

A dementia tax would be a euthanasia bonus

27 May 2017

9:00 AM

27 May 2017

9:00 AM

Had Theresa May not on Monday summarily abandoned her manifesto threat to raid the savings of those who end up senile in care homes, I had planned to defend the idea here in terms that might have added to her woes.  I’ll do so regardless. The so-called dementia tax would, over time, have become a euthanasia bonus.

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